This Is The PlaceLeaders of non-profit organizations prefer to focus on fulfilling the organization’s mission and resources. Guidance from legal counsel with special expertise in federal and state laws applicable to non-profit organizations enables leaders to sustain and expand the organization with assurance that they are in compliance with tax and legal requirements.

 From forming non-profit organizations to obtaining tax-exempt status from the IRS, to complying with federal and state laws governing fund-raising and operations, the advice of experienced legal counsel is crucial.

 We have the experience, expertise, and resources to provide the counsel non-profit organizations need, when they need it.

While most of our clients are 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizations, we represent many organizations that are tax-exempt under other categories of Section 501 of the Internal Revenue Code, e.g., social welfare organizations exempt under 501(c)(4) and trade associations exempt under 501(c)(6).  We also represent non-profit homeowners associations. 

Our clients include the following:

  • 501(c)(3) Tax-Exempt Charities of all types
  • Churches
  • Private Foundations
  • 501(c)(4) Social Welfare Organizations
  • Business Leagues
  • Advocacy Groups
  • 501(c)(6) and Trade Associations and Professional Societies
  • Social Clubs

In addition, we provide the following additional types of services for both non-profit organizations and individuals:

  • charitable remainder trusts
  • charitable lead income trusts
  • conversion from profit to non-profit
  • conversion form non-profit to profit
  • CRUTs
  • CRTs
  • director changes
  • donor-advised funds
  • IRS exemption applications
  • leveraged transactions
  • museums
  • non-profit corporations
    • with members
    • without members
  • low-profit LLCs
  • private foundations
  • private operating foundations
  • dealing with IRS sanctions
  • avoiding self-dealing transactions
  • preparation of tax returns for non-profits and tax-exempts
  • investment policies
  • conflict of interest policies
  • planning for unrelated business taxable income